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Summary: To demonstrate the features of GIGABYTE T1125 - the world's first notebook, tablet PC and desktop and GIGABYTE 14'' M1405 .
The motherboard features a revolutionary new 24 phase unlocked power design, four-way graphics support including Nvidia SLI and ATI CrossFireX, as well as a host of unique Gigabyte features such as 333 Onboard Acceleration and On/Off Charge in the Middle East.
COMPUTEX, Taipei, June 2, 2009 - (ACN Newswire) - GIGABYTE Technology CO.
Elpida), Japan's leading supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced the availability of 4 Gigabyte DDR2 Registered Dual In-Line Memory Modules (DIMMs) that offer high-density and high-performance benefits for server applications.
The primary focus for disk manufacturers remains on increasing drive capacity and lowering the purchase price per gigabyte but is much less focused on disk performance and disk capacity and performance tradeoffs.
This can be compared to the cost of $2 per gigabyte for 100-gigabyte magnetic disk drives expected in the same time frame (about $20 per gigabyte for full system cost).
The vast majority of servers sold to small and midsized businesses today have more than 100 gigabytes of disk space, which poses a significant dilemma when trying to back up and secure that much data with old lower-capacity tape like DDS/DAT or optical media," said Tom Ward, Exabyte president and CEO.
Golden Systems Middle East, a leading distributor of IT products, today unveiled GIGABYTE's latest monster performance GA-X58A-UD9 motherboard, featuring a revolutionary new 24 phase Unlocked Power design, 4-way graphics support including NVIDIAA[R] SLIacents and ATI CrossFireXacents, as well as a host of unique GIGABYTE features such as 333 Onboard Acceleration and On/Off Charge in the Middle East.